Australian iron ore producer is only stock on the nation’s blue-chip resources index to hand investors a loss in 2017, tumbling from its previous top status.
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Companies like Ursa Space Systems Inc. are using satellites to try to shed light on tightly held secrets in the commodity trading world.
2017 has been a year of excess inventory shifting from the upstream segment of the diamond industry to the mid-stream segment.
Benchmark copper on the LME settled up 1.4% to US$6,886 a tonne.
Creation of digital bitcoins by computer networks has real-world consequences in form of massive energy use, including fuels that cause most pollution.
NextView Capital agreed to acquire a 19.89% equity interest in Bacanora via placement of 32,976,635 common shares in the Company at 94.53 $1.26 per share.
In past three months, China’s commodity imports were extremely strong in Sept, unbelievably weak in Oct, now roaring back to strength in Nov.
Base metals were hot this year with zinc, copper and aluminum among leaders, climbing between 15% and 23%. What about 2018? Analysts say China will know.
Concerns about the sourcing of Yantai’s metal have reduced interest in the LME’s cobalt contract, trading sources said.
Raw materials in 2016 scrap worth an estimated $64.61 billion, including metals such as gold, silver, copper, platinum and palladium, U.N.-backed study said.
The institution will stop all lending for oil and gas projects after 2019, with some exceptions.
China Three Gorges says this would be not only the largest but also the "most intelligent solar power project with the most advanced technology in the world."
Chinese steel futures bounced back Monday after three-day drop as output cuts in world's top producer deepened with China's anti-pollution campaign.
November copper concentrate shipments to China hits all-time monthly high – annual iron ore imports set to easily surpass 2016's record 1 billion tonnes.
One of China's top copper smelters has reduced production by 20-30 percent to comply with winter output restrictions, a company official said on Thursday.
Chinese coke and iron ore futures fell further in trading Thursday, amid growing concerns that steel demand in world's top producer will decline for winter.
U.S. Steel Corp. led gains among major American producers of the metal after the U.S. slapped duties on some Vietnamese alloys made with China imports.
After pumping billions into the Indonesian mine for almost 25 years, Rio might be able to see a decent return as the country’s government plans to acquire the miner’s 40% stake in the coveted operation.
Spot ore with 62 percent iron content jumped 3.7 percent to $72.68 a metric ton, the highest since September 14, according to Metal Bulletin Ltd.
This move by Chalco is the latest example of the Chinese government's efforts to reduce debt at state-owned companies and make them more efficient.
The shovels are in the ground at the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland but the bankers have yet to open their wallets.
As the world’s largest auto market, China was responsible for about half of the sales as the crackdown on polluting industries has propelled renewable alternatives from power generation to consumer products.
China's smelters and international miners have not agreed to terms for next year's treatment and refining charges, likely prolonging negotiations into 2018.
The business intelligence firm says output will pick up, supported by higher gold prices and solid projects in key countries.
Chinese firms have shown “broad interest” in buying PotashCorp’s stake in the Chilean lithium producer SQM, according to chief executive Jochen Tilk, who declined to name interested parties or the number of bids the company has received.